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It’s no secret that esports has been on the crest of a hype cycle for the last year, but it’s getting to a point where the industry has to face the realities of the market.‘Esports isn’t lucrative in the near term’: FaZe Clan CEO’s endgame for gaming|Seb Joseph|February 18, 2021|Digiday
We may now be coming back down from the crest of that curve, Topol says.COVID-19 Case Counts Have Started Falling in the U.S. This May Be Why|Jamie Ducharme|February 10, 2021|Time
You have to muster enough speed so you don’t get stuck at the crest, but not too much that the car flips over on the other side.The Strange Allure of a Flight to Nowhere (and Other Places We're Desperate to Go)|Susanna Schrobsdorff|February 7, 2021|Time
But what happens at Winchester University is a microcosm of the cruel world beyond its be-crested gates.‘Dear White People’ Is the Race Movie America Didn’t Know It Needed|Rawiya Kameir|October 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
We buy shares when the market has crested, and sell when the market has hit bottom.
The flip side, however, is that as quickly as the tide crested it can recede.
The office shooting in Orlando—on the same day unemployment crested 10 percent—is a deadly omen.
All told, it was an incredible effort to save a campaign that—even before the scandal crested—was over by January 30, 2008.
A golden eagle, the armorial ensign of the Ripperda family, crested the centre arch.The Pastor's Fire-side Vol. 3 of 4|Jane Porter
The sea is black, with sufficient swell on it to cause a few crested waves here and there to gleam intensely white by contrast.The Floating Light of the Goodwin Sands|R.M. Ballantyne
On heavily-crested stationery follow the missives of the ladies whose daughters would make sweet bridesmaids.With Edged Tools|Henry Seton Merriman
Pausing at a hut on the side of the great green mountain, we looked north toward Helva, white-crested with a wreath of vapour.Penelope's Experiences in Scotland|Kate Douglas Wiggin
He describes the storm sweeping over the white-crested mountains till the earth, like a hoary king, trembles with fear.Sacred Books of the East|Various